I will never see what you see,

But my mind sees it.

I will never taste what you  taste,

But my mind tastes it.

I will never feel your pain,

But my mind feels it.

I can never breathe what you breathe,

But my mind breathes.

I can never think what you think,

But my mind thinks.

I may never heed the same,

But my mind heeds.

Eyes to see,

Tongue to taste,

Body to feel,

Nose to breathe,

Mind to think,

Heart to heed.

Because I am made of sense organs,

Yet our mind can control different experiences.



Monalisa Parida



Bio:- Monalisa Parida is a post graduate student of English literature from India, Odisha and a prolific poetess. She  is very active in social media platforms and her poems have also been translated into different  languages and publish in various e-journals.

She has got 70 international awards for writing poetry. Her poems have been publishing international e-journals “New York parrot”, “The Writers Club” (USA), “Suriyadoya literary  foundation”, “kabita Minar”, “Indian Periodical” (India) and “Offline Thinker “, “The Gorkha Times “ ( Nepal), “The Light House”(Portugal), “Bharatvision”(Romania), “International cultural forum for humanity and creativity”(Aleppo, Syria), “Atunispoetry.com”(Singapore) etc. And also published in various newspapers like “The Punjabi Writer Weekly(USA)”,  “News Kashmir (J&K, India)”, Republic of Sungurlu (Turkey)” etc.

One of  her poem published an American anthology named “The Literary Parrot Series-1 and  series-2 respectively (New York, USA)”. Her poems have been translated in various languages like Hindi, Bengali, Turkish, Persian, Romanian etc.  And she is the author of the book “Search For Serenity”.



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